Edmondson Pike Branch
About Edmondson Pike Branch Library
Conceived as an "open and inviting civic space" by architects Tuck-Hinton, the Edmondson Pike branch was built to serve a growing community by emphasizing books, ideas and a forum to learn and communicate. It features an open, linear design accented by large windows and a trapezoid-shaped public meeting room. Its design won the Southern Area Business Council Architecture Award in 2002. This branch opened in December 2000. Renovations completed May 2016.